When we saw the cheery work of artist Chloe Cheese, we just wanted to share them with you all. Her work is delightfully informal and would add colour and character to any wall.
Chloe spent her childhood years in an Essex village surrounded by the work of her printmaking parents, so it naturally followed that she would study art. After graduating from the Cambridge Art School and then the Royal College of Art, she has exhibited at galleries worldwide and has work in public collections including the Victoria & Albert Museum,and the Arts Council of Great Britain. She has also worked as a freelance illustrator with clients including The Sunday Times, Terence Conran, and Commes Des Garcons Japan.
Chloeʼs personal work always depicts her view of the world around her, which she interprets in her own special way. Sometimes the first use or intention of buildings and objects has been lost or altered. She tries to retain a sense of that history and how it subtly infiltrates our visual landscape.
The prints shown here are available from Athena Art as part of the 2017 collection.